Disneyland Hotel Concierge Dining

Posted on: Mon, 02/09/2004 - 9:58am
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Hi All,

I am a frequent lurker and rare poster with a Peanut and Tree Nut allergic 2 year old daughter and a 5 yr old son blessed with no food allergies. I want to
thank you ahead of time for any help.

I booked our first trip to Disneyland and we are going to be staying at the Disneyland Hotel. They offered a "Concierge Level" of room and service and we decided to splurge. This level of service provides some meals and snacks in the lounge and beverages that you are allowed to take with you to the park. We thought it would be nice since we will be able to have a continental breakfast there at the hotel each morning(bagels, croissants, cold cereals, muffins, danishes and fresh fruit), snacks (goldfish, pretzels, mixed nuts, whole fruits, brownies), wine and cheese (also veggies and dip, whole fruit, nachos) before dinner, and cookies and milk at night. I am in contact with Disney and they are double checking with the pastry chef on all the muffins, danishes cookies and such as to there safety (all are made on site). I am also a bit concerned since there small cereal box offering just consists of Kelloggs which I try to stay away from. Since she is just 2yrs old and still may grab food, I did confirm that all the food items (nut!!!) are up on a buffet table.

Well, I guess my main questions are:

Has anyone else splurged and tried this with their allergic child?

What is the general trust in Disney as it pertains to food allergy?

Thanks again,
Amanda

Posted on: Tue, 02/10/2004 - 1:03am
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I have another question for anyone who has been to Disneyland. Are there any restaurants to stay away from other than Carnation Cafe (heard they do a peanut butter and jelly paint kit)?
Thanks again,
Amanda

Posted on: Tue, 02/10/2004 - 1:28am
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I reraised a thread for you in the Restaurant section about the Blue Bayou retaurant at Disneyland. You may want to call on that to confirm. Also, if you happen to go to California Adventure, in Bug's Land, they have PB&J wraps-or something like that. I haven't really checked things out more thoroughly as we always take my son's food because of the multiple food allergies. Have fun at Disneyland!

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